Additional resources

Download Business Resources One-Pagers

Below are a number of PDF’s available to local businesses. These are designed to provide quick snippets of information that may be useful to your business’ further development. If you’re interested in learning more, reach out to our Existing Business Manager, Felicia Ainsa at 804-501-7522.

Where to Post Jobs for Free

Career and Technical Education (CTE) Resources

Where to Find Free Market Research

Potential Tax Credits/Incentives Summary

Business Associations

Henrico has a variety of business organizations available to provide a community network to support your business success.

American Marketing Association (AMA), Richmond Area Chapter

Empowers marketing professionals through information, education, relationships and resources that enhance career development.

Gayton Crossing Merchant’s Association

Provides information and networking opportunities for business owners who are part of this charming colonial-style shopping center located at the intersection of Gayton, Gaskins and Quioccasin Roads.

Henrico Business Council (HBC) of ChamberRVA

Connects business leaders through various educational and social events while serving as a liaison to local governments; the HBC is the advocacy arm of ChamberRVA.

Henrico County Bar Association

Works to reinforce the high standards of honor and integrity that are part of the legal profession while promoting reform in law and judicial procedures; also offers numerous educational and social events for its membership.

Home Building Association of Richmond (HBAR)

Provides education, networking and marketing support for the local homebuilding community and advocates for the industry in the legislative, regulatory and political arenas.

Innsbrook Foundation

A networking program that combines the Executives' Breakfast Series, B2B Lunch events, and Innsbrook After Hours socials for business professionals who work in the Innsbrook Corporate Center and surrounding areas.

Lakeside Business Association

Promotes the Lakeside business community through a combination of marketing efforts, events and dissemination of information to the public.

Rapid Response Assistance

Funded by the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act, Rapid Response helps employees who are laid off find new employment that meets their skill sets.

Retail Merchants Association (RMA)

Henrico-based organization that champions the success of retailers and related businesses in the Richmond metro area and educates and inspires the retail community through events and programs.

Richmond Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM)

One of the oldest and largest SHRM chapters in the US, Richmond SHRM supports HR professionals by provide continuing education and professional development opportunities.


Strives to foster a vibrant small business community in the Greater Richmond area by matching experienced volunteers to small business owners for free mentoring and education.

Virginia Community Capital (VCC)

Partners with businesses to provide innovative and flexible financial resources and advisory services for projects designed to have a positive impact on the community.

Westhampton Merchant’s Association

Enables owners of businesses along “The Avenues” of Libbie Avenue, Grove Avenue, and Patterson Avenue to network, discover prospects, explore opportunities for referrals and keep up with local information.